Dall's porpoise

noun Dall's por·poise

Definition of Dall's porpoise

  1. :  a black-and-white porpoise (Phocoenoides dalli) of temperate and arctic waters of the rim of the North Pacific Ocean —called also Dall porpoise

Origin and Etymology of dall's porpoise

W. H. Dall


First Known Use: 1951


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